There is a wonderful 1927 Capri travel poster by Mario Bognoni. I think it was painted from the gardens of Villa San Michele, home of a late 19th century Swedish doctor -- Axel Munthe -- who came to Naples to work with cholera patients.
While in Naples, Munthe became familiar with Capri and bought land at a high point in Anacapri, overlooking the harbor and Capri town. He adorned his villa with relics from Egypt, Greece and Rome.
Munthe was the personal doctor of Queen Victoria of Sweden. One of the informational displays in Villa San Michele says, quite delicately, that Munthe and Queen Victoria developed a relationship that was considerably more intimate than was contemplated by the physician's oath.
I tried to match the Bognoni poster, but I am afraid that the score is Bognoni 1, Jack 0.